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myHearing App.

Personal care, anywhere.

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Cellion.

Imagine a life without batteries.

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Silk. Full of hidden charm.

Easy in the ears. Easy on the eyes.
The next step toward invisibility.

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Hear better with less effort.

Welcome to Signia! We’re here to help you find the answers you need about hearing loss and hearing aids — for yourself or on behalf of someone you love.

About our products.

We’re pleased to offer a comprehensive range of hearing aids to improve virtually any form of hearing loss you may have, as well as relieve tinnitus (ringing in the ears). Our new Signia hearing aids significantly reduce listening effort throughout the day by highlighting speech in a wide variety of challenging listening environments. Our new, dedicated music programs take music enjoyment to a whole other level that will satisfy even professional musicians. Additionally, we offer accessories and downloadable apps to make controlling your hearing aids simple and discreet.

Who is Signia?

• Over 130 years of successful heritage building on Siemens values of technology innovation and quality
• We supply one in every four hearing aids worldwide
• 5,000 employees creating value for our customers and improving the lives of people living with hearing loss

Clinically proven, better than normal hearing, with less listening effort.

Smart. Discreet. Durable.

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Am I Losing My Hearing?

Having trouble hearing the TV? Carrying on a conversation in noisy restaurants? Understanding the person on the other end of the phone? Here's what you need to know about hearing loss.

Hearing Loss

Tuning out tinnitus.

Do you hear ringing, buzzing, or other annoying sounds in your ears? It might be tinnitus. Many people feel it lowers their quality of life, whether or not it's accompanied by hearing loss. But you can learn to live with tinnitus by learning what it is and how to control it, instead of letting it control you.

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Signia Blog

Why Some People Wait to Treat Their Hearing Loss

Roughly one-third of Americans between the ages of 65 and 74 have some form of hearing loss, making it the third most common health condition in older adults. However, after an initial diagnosis, the average time hearing aids users wait to seek treatment is seven years. In this week’s blog, we’re looking at some of the reasons that prevent people from treating their hearing loss.

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